Lake District Activities
There’s plenty to do in the Lakes while on holiday, even if your visit is a short stay, there’s plenty on offer for the visiting tourist, mountain biking, canoeing, absailing and the unique Segway Guided Tours.
Whats on offer
Lakeland Segway Guided Tours Why not try the unique, environmentally friendly outdoor activity that is guaranteed to make you smile too? Lakeland Segway offers the opportunity for you to be trained how to ride one of these innovative, electrically powered, self-balancing machines and then taken on a fun, informative and scenic tour of the grounds of Graythwaite Hall.
The Haverthwaite Steam Railway which was originally built in 1846, was part of the Furness Railway line.
The Lakes Aquarium which is located at the southern end of Lake Windermere in Lakeside, is Britain’s award winning freshwater aquarium.
The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway England’s oldest fifteen inch narrow gauge heritage railway on the western fringe of The Lakes.
The Theatre by the Lake in Keswick with it’s spectacular views across Derwent Water, Borrowdale and the Western Fells.